Have you seen her? Police ask help finding missing St. George woman

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Courtesy: St. George News

ST. GEORGE, Utah – Authorities in southern Utah are asking for the public’s help finding a missing woman who was last seen Feb. 25.

Officers said 42-year-old Jennifer Janz Shea was last reported in the neighborhood of W. 680 North near Valley View Drive at about 11:30 p.m.

St. George officer Lona Trombley told the St. George News the missing person report was filed Feb. 27 and that Shea was listed nationwide on the National Crime Information Center system as a missing person.

“We had a couple of different leads that we followed up on but we have not made contact with her yet,” Trombley told the St. George News.

Shea’s relative said she was dropped off the night of Feb. 25 near another family member’s house on W. 680 North.

According to the St. George news, Shea reportedly said she was going to the Chevron gas station on the corner of Valley View Drive  and W. Sunset Blvd. and has not been seen or heard from since.

Authorities described Shea as follows:

Height ­– 5 feet 4 inches
Weight – 150 pounds
Age – 42
Skin color – White
Hair – Darker brown, most likely in ponytail or bun
Eyes – Brown
Distinguishing features – Left arm is injured as the result of a recent dislocation
Clothing – Shea was last seen wearing grey sweatpants and an over-sized white sweatshirt. She also carries a large black purse

St. George Police said they would like to speak with anyone who might have information at (435) 627-4325.

3 comments

  • laytonian

    One “relative” dropped her off NEAR another “relative’s” home….but why would she go to a Chevron Station.
    Oh, wait. That’s also the address of the liquor store. Why not take her all the way home?

    • Phrankie

      I’m startin’ to feel sorry for you and few others who seem to have no life outside making ahole comments about others’ misfortunes…

    • ERIC ANDERSON

      You appear to be a bigoted, mean spririted little woman Laytonian. Based on your comments your life must really suck.

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